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Re: HTS Lectures Are Coming Back!

Post by Goatboy on Tue Sep 07, 2010 1:47 pm
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cilpolir wrote:Will there also be lectures hardware oriented?
like overclocking, undervolting, increasing someones wireless range?
or even make cool things like this

That depends. Is someone going to request such a lecture?
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Re: HTS Lectures Are Coming Back!

Post by mRmasteRful on Tue Sep 07, 2010 3:40 pm
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Goatboy wrote:
cilpolir wrote:Will there also be lectures hardware oriented? <br>like overclocking, undervolting, increasing someones wireless range?<br>or even make cool things like this
<br>That depends. Is someone going to request such a lecture?


Dude that was awesome! Im not really into hardware but it would be nice to learn as much as I can about it. This brings me to a question though. What are the limitations of the knowledge base of our lecturers. Surely you can't know all there is on every topic
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Re: HTS Lectures Are Coming Back!

Post by Bren2010 on Tue Sep 07, 2010 3:44 pm
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Goatboy, I would like to see a couple lectures:
  • overclocking
  • undervolting
  • increasing your wireless range
  • Whatever this is
  • radio jamming :)
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Re: HTS Lectures Are Coming Back!

Post by Goatboy on Tue Sep 07, 2010 4:23 pm
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mRmasteRful wrote:What are the limitations of the knowledge base of our lecturers. Surely you can't know all there is on every topic

Of course not. But you'd better believe I'm going to teach people what I do know.
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Re: HTS Lectures Are Coming Back!

Post by Calian on Tue Sep 07, 2010 5:06 pm
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I think something I've had to learn to do and would be happy to help out writing a lecture for if any help would be needed (doubt it but always good to offer!) would be footprinting + scanning.

There are alot of new people that don't know where to start and if you explained the basics, of information gathering tools etc, beyond the use of google as directed here alot of the time (your right though!), I think alot of people would benefit from that. Yes I guess there are plenty of resources out there but watching someone at work for some people is a better way to learn.

Sorry a stickler for the basics, but I think a 30-40 minute session on Backtrack 3/4, quick breakdown of usefull tools etc, would be one of those things can be left in the Nzone and directed to time and time again......

Learning from the beginning was fun so, always good :) Plus I think if you did those two lectures, you'd save mountains of fourm questions................I think.

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Re: HTS Lectures Are Coming Back!

Post by imcrafty on Tue Sep 07, 2010 5:55 pm
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SQL advanced injection please
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Re: HTS Lectures Are Coming Back!

Post by sanddbox on Tue Sep 07, 2010 7:26 pm
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If we don't know something, we will google and google until we do. Right now, we just need plenty of suggestions.

@Bren2010 - Nice creativity there.
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Re: HTS Lectures Are Coming Back!

Post by Calian on Wed Sep 08, 2010 8:26 am
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Bren2010 wrote:Goatboy, I would like to see a couple lectures:
  • overclocking
  • undervolting
  • increasing your wireless range
  • Whatever this is
  • radio jamming :)


The this bit is this ,they basically work by taking advantage of the way our eye works in its slowness to detect change, like phosphorus on a TV screen that fades slow with each scan. What happens with this one is that you have a strip of LEDs that spin very fast on a motor spindle, at exact points (synchronised probably with a few simple detectors at 180 and 0 degrees) the various LEDs are turned on and turn off producing the clocks "face and hands" - our eyes do the rest. Think about sparklers at Guy Fawkes time, when people spin them around fast and it looks like a light circle, the clock does the same thing but with synchronised LEDS.

Enjoy.

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Re: HTS Lectures Are Coming Back!

Post by PinkFloyd22 on Wed Sep 08, 2010 2:42 pm
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Calian wrote:
Bren2010 wrote:Goatboy, I would like to see a couple lectures:
  • overclocking
  • undervolting
  • increasing your wireless range
  • Whatever this is
  • radio jamming :)


The this bit is this ,they basically work by taking advantage of the way our eye works in its slowness to detect change, like phosphorus on a TV screen that fades slow with each scan. What happens with this one is that you have a strip of LEDs that spin very fast on a motor spindle, at exact points (synchronised probably with a few simple detectors at 180 and 0 degrees) the various LEDs are turned on and turn off producing the clocks "face and hands" - our eyes do the rest. Think about sparklers at Guy Fawkes time, when people spin them around fast and it looks like a light circle, the clock does the same thing but with synchronised LEDS.

Enjoy.

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Tnx for the explanation,I tought it was something like that but I didn't quite get it. :D
I think SSH would be a good lecture.
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Re: HTS Lectures Are Coming Back!

Post by Monica on Thu Sep 09, 2010 2:00 am
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My list of topics to be discussed:

- Intro:101 Courses for a Specific Language (PHP, C/C++, Perl, etc)
- "Secure" Coding/Vulnerability Patching
- General Wireless Networking
- Graphic Designing
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